Casa Cavia Est. 2014

Cavia 2985, Buenos Aires, Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Discover a place where the noble pleasures converge and mingle, inviting you to explore the most exceptional experiences.
Books, flowers, perfumes, and a kitchen where fresh, seasonal products are transformed into simple yet sophisticated dishes. From appetizers to pâtisserie, edible works of art are yours for the tasting.
The Lowdown
Type
Castle / Château / Manor
Garden
Historic Building
Library
Private Dining / Restaurant
Views
Courtyard
Garden
Street
Style
Cultural
Eclectic
Garden Party
Modern
Sophisticated
BEST type of CELEBRATIONS
Anniversary / Engagement Party
Birthday Party
Corporate Event
Dinner Party
Social Event

Venue Setting

An elegant historical residence from the early 1900s that has been restored and renovated by London firm Kallos Turin, is Casa Cavia. Discover a place where the noble pleasures converge and mingle, inviting you to explore the most exceptional experiences. Books, flowers, perfumes, and a kitchen where fresh, seasonal products are transformed into simple yet sophisticated dishes. From appetizers to pâtisserie, edible works of art are yours for the tasting.

Fees
(Prices listed here are estimates only & are subject to change)
Price Range

Does this include catering fees?

No

Estimated Price Per Head

from $100 to $150

Insurance

Additional Insurance Is Not Required To Host An Event Here

Capacity

Seated
80
Buffet
130
Standing
150
Celebrations Hosted Here Since
2014
Curfew
2 AM
Venue Spaces
Indoor & Outdoor Venue Spaces Available
Catering
Client Must Use The Catering Provided By The Venue
Alcohol
Provided By Venue For Fee – You Must Use The Venue For All Alcohol Services
Music
Indoors Only
Smoking
Designated Smoking Areas Only
Amenities
  • Wifi
  • Onsite Restrooms
Venue Features
The Scene:
Casa Cavia is located at the edge of elegant, traditional Palermo Chico, a neighborhood designed by French landscaper Charles Thays in 1912. Visitors and residents alike stroll the silence of its cobblestone streets surrounded by ancient trees. Here, where time seems to slow down, historical buildings, now become embassy residences as well as elegant private homes, are flanked by imposing, contemporary high rises.

At one end of the neighborhood, Casa Cavia, an elegant gem of eclectic architecture (now preserved as a cultural heritage site), quietly presides on Cavia Street between Libertador Avenue and Castex Street. Its windows open onto Plaza Alemania, another symbol of the era. The tree-filled square, like the neighborhood itself, was designed by Charles Thays, and showcases architect Gustav AdolfBredow’s marble fountain celebrating “Argentine Agricultural Wealth.” Magnificent rosewood trees, as well as stately conifers known as monkey puzzle trees, frame paths where people run, walk, or simply sit and enjoy, adding to the ambiance of Plaza Alemania, the inviting setting for Casa Cavia.
Design:
Entering Casa Cavia is embarking, like Alice, upon a remarkable space, a world blending the past, present and future to delight the senses. The prestigious London firm of Kallos Turin has recreated the historical manor house with a modern air. The solemn facade, which retains its 1920’s refinement, is complemented by an iron-worked rail that holds the name of the house and invites everyone to come in and go through. In the spacious foyer you will find the day’s menu, a map of the neighborhood, and an itinerary of the many activities available at Casa Cavia. Among the weekly offerings are an exquisite tea table adorned with a sophisticated floral arrangement by Flores Pasión, a lunch inspired by authors selected by Ampersand Publishers, a sampling of drinks that seem to conspire with the scents of Fueguia 1833 perfumes.

To your left, a wide wooden door leads to “The Kitchen”: not just a place to prepare food, but indeed to savor it. A spacious room with high ceilings and gilded moldings, framed by the stately trees of Plaza Alemania, this is the perfect place to sample the delicacies of Pablo Massey, Próspero Velazco and Inés de los Santos. At the back of the room you will find an unconventional alcove, punctuated with a flock (yes, a flock) of books suspended in the air, as well as the bookshop of Ampersand, and some reading material to enjoy over tea or dessert. To one side, an imposing marble staircase suggests a path of books that, in Casa Cavia, invites you on an engaging journey. Upstairs, the first floor provides a haven for the offices of Ampersand Publishing.

Meanwhile, the faint sound of laughter or bells reveals itself as the murmur of water. Moving into the garden, you find a striking, contemporary fountain set in a landscape befitting further sensual delights: the scents of Fueguia 1833 and the original floral arrangements of Flores Pasión. An essence inspired by a Borges short story or a bouquet of flowers with touches from the most exotic corners of the world entices you to take a tidbit of Casa Cavia home with you.

The Casa Cavia experience resides in this fertile, ongoing dialogue among the noble and sensual pleasures. As a conversation evolves and changes, so Casa Cavia invites you back again and again, to explore like Alice, until you become not a habitue, but an eagerly- awaited guest.
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